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OFFICIAL TYRANNY TN UNION.
OBtragaoni Conduct at Cae Polls of Sw
Unite tl States Marshal-Legal Proceed?
ing* to be Taken Against the Re?
[From the Union Times.]
It is reported to OB, (and the report can be
Bunstan Hat ed whenever it ls necessary,) tbat j
gross outrages were committed at th? late,
election, through the Influence of United
States officials, and by some of them in per?
son. At Go w dey av! 1 le, where a deputy United
States marshal assumed to act as a supervi?
sor, the white voters at that box who are un?
der bonds to appear at the United states
Court aa Ku-Klux, were informed that they
most vote for Byron-who is a United States
commissioner-or they would be rearrested.
At- Qoshen Hill. Deputy Marshal Malo?
ney, from Newberry, appeared early
In the day with a squad or about
fourteen. United States soldiers, and by
threats and intimidations forced the mana-1
gera to receive a number of votes for Byron
from parties living in Newberry. He threat?
ened to arrest one-half of the white people at
the polls If they did not allow the Newberry
men to vote for Byron. Not less than fifty
Miwal votes were cast during Maloney and
his soldiers' stay there. He tore up a large
number of Mobley tickets, acted in a very dis?
gusting manner, and there le no doubt his
conduct was such that a larg? number of
voters were intimidated from voling os they
intended. This man Maloney and hts squad
came here last Thursday and raided around
the county until the night after the election,
and. during the whole of that time he was
actively engaged In electioneering for Byron.
We have also proof that he voted men from
Newberry at least twice, and many ot them
wererrecognized as coming from Newberry,
and being under age. We Individually charge
bim with one auch case at least-for we saw
bim give the boy the vote, with others, and
we Know and so does Maloney know that
voter is not eighteen years old. We dare Ma
looey to bring us to the proof. Such a man
1* a disgrace to any official position nuder the
United Ht ates Government. Aa a United'
States ^officer, backed by United States sol?
diers, he la a bully; as an individual, he is as
dodie (te pat lt mildly) as a lamb. Legal
proceedings will be commenced immediately
against hun, and a number of the men be
brought from Newberry and Induced to take
the oath and vote for senator for thia county,,
not only once, bot twice and three times.
LAND SALES TN THE STATE.
The Barnwell Sentinel says that on sales
day the lands advertised by Ur. R. N. Miller,
situated on. the line of the Port Boyal Rail?
road, brought tS per acre.
The Marlboro' Tunes says: "On sales-day
an unusually large quantity of real estate waa
sold by the sheriff, the prices per acre rang?
ing from 75 cents to $6 25-one half acre lu
COO selling for $312 50."
The following transactions took place on
sales-day lu Orangeburg: 900 acres of land
were knocked down to J. F. Izlar, for $100;
263 acreB to A. E. Gleaton for $310; 119 acres
to Mi B. Matheny for $105; 80 aerea to W. 8,
Tyler for $160, and 160 acree to M. J. Bead for
$210? G 1
The Lancaster Ledger chronicles the fol?
lowing siles by the sheriff on Bales-day: Es?
tate G. M. Funderburk, 157 acres, at $740-] ]
Alvin Massey, purchaser. 160 acres, at $310
G.. W. MoNeeley, purchaser. Lands 8. Mc
Maruia, 150 acres, at $330-C. F. Hinson, pur?
chaser. LandB W. B.' Dunlap, 175 acres, at
$225-8. R. Williamson, purchaser. 175 acres,
at$310-J. H. McMurray, purchaser. Estate
Ev L. Fraser, 239 acree, at $205-J. H. Cask ey,
purchaser, r/3 acres, at $405-L. 8. Porter,
purchaser. .260 acres, at $485-James Quig-1 ]
ley, purchaser. 172 acres, reversionary inter?
est of dower, at $200. Landa Jones Crockelt,
164 acres, al $1505-Mary E. Crockett, pur-1 l
chaser. House and lot.In.village, $2010 In
gold-B. B. Cly boro, purchaser.
The Chester Reporter says: "There was
considerable activity in the land market on
- Mon<k y last, and the prices realized are bet?
ter than we expected. The sheriff sold two | (
?5racts belonging to the estate of Dr. Winiam
Wylie, deceased. The first tract, containing
114 aerea; was bought by Major G. W. Melton
at $8 60 per acre; the second tract, containing
16 acres, was bought by A. H. Davega, Esq.,
at $2 70 per acre. 'The lands belonging to the
estate or Jesse Cornwell, deceased, were sold
In three separate parcels. Mr. John B. Corn?
well was the purchaser of tract A, known as
the Home Place, containing 920 acres, at $5 50
per acre, and of tract C, containing 605 acres,
at $6 per sore. Mr. James Kennedy purchased
tract B, containing 298 acre?, at $1010 per
acre. 1 he real estate of David Weir, de
ceased, 206 acree, waa bought by Mr. David P.
Waters afc$810 per acre. Mr. Jesse H. Har?
den, a? executor of John Harden, deceased,
Bold the real estate ot the testator In three
separate lots. Mr. W. A. Harden was the pur
chaser ot tract A, containing 250 acres, and
known aa the Arter berry Place, at $7 86 per
aeres, and of tract C, containing 275 acres,
known aa tba Bli-Harden Place, at $3 50 per
acre. Tract B, containing 121 acres, known
as thar Brooks Tract, was bought by Mr,
Tn rashley Allen at $2 50 per acre."
irnils, ?Eonfettionerp, #c
84 QUEEN STREET.
GRAND OPENING OF
CHOICE FBUITB, J ELL IE3, &
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. LESS THAN ELSE- ?
Dont fall to go and see for yourselves, for see?
ing ta believing, at
G. W. BELL'S. NO. 84 QUEEN STREET.
Dsaef^BragR, Pecan, Walnuts, Almonds and
Raisins, fresh from Steamer.
AH vanities of fresh Fruit will be kept con
attpttr on hand. Na 84 QUEEN STREET.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. )
COLUMBIA, s. a. October 28. f
'THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS 1B hereby
designated as the newspaper for the publication
of an Legal Notleas and Official Advertisements,
for the County of Charleston, nuder the act or
February Sa 1870, entitled: 'At Aol to Retra?ate
the Publication of all Legal and Fnbllo Notices,'
and the former order of thia Board, dated febru?
ary 23, 1872, d?sign?t lo g tbe Charleston Dally Re?
publican as the newspaper for the publication or
au Legal Notices and Official Advertisements for
lite Oemnry of Charleston, ls hereby rescinded "
J. L. NE A OLE, ?
D. H. CHAMBERLAIN,
. >f F. L. OARUOZO,
Av Secretary of state.
AN ACT TO BTCULATK TUB PUBLICATION OF ILL LB
GAL AND PUBLIC NOTICES.
gjronoN L Be it enacted, by the Senate and
Boo*?- of Repr?sentatives of the State ol Sontn
carolina now met and sitting in General Assem?
bly, and by the authority of the same: It BhaU be
tbe duty of the Attorney-General, the Comptroi
?P^Jeueral and the Secretary of State, conjointly,
to dest?llete, by public notice [in] one or more
newspapers In tola State, in which ail legal noti?
ces, advertisements, or publications ror the State,
oianysndevery character required by law to be
made public, shall be published; and said Attor?
ney-General, Comptroller-General and Secretary
er State abai! have power te make such changea
and new designations from Urne to time, sa they
may Judge that the public interest required.
SEC 2. AU State and County officers and other I
persona are hereby required to famish to the
newspapers designated under this act for the
Mate ana for the representative counties, for pub?
lication, all legal notices, advertisements and pub?
lications, of any and every character required by
law to be made public; and BO legal notice, ad-,
vertlsements or publication required by law to be
nade' pabilo BhaU have any valid force or effect
Unless published In the newspapers designated
under Uua acland no publication of any character,
la any newspaper not designated ander this sot.
Shall pe pata for from tbe lunde of this state or of
may county: Provided, That tue said officers men?
tioned Ut section 1 shall have power, In cases re?
quiring unusual -publicity, to order publications
In BOCA'newspapers, Ut addition to those desig
sated under thia act. aa by and with the ad?
vice, otthe Governor toey may select; and bills so
incurred shall be audited and paid in usual man?
sic. 3. Ail acts and parts or acts inconsistent
JiereAjth are hereby repealed.
aaa A TUS sot shall take affect from and after
Jta passage, novii
Nf to publications.
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RESIDENCE No. 18 RUTLEDGE STREET,
TWO BOOBS NORTH OP WENTWORTH.
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I would respectlnlly inform my Mends that I
lave resumed business at No. 26 Vendue Range
- PET ail MACQUEEN,
Provision and Produce Commission Merchant
A. J. SULLIVAN,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
No. 113 MEETING STREET,
S?EARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO
Desiree to inform his friends and the pabilo
.hat be ia prepared to carry on the GENERAL
3U1LDLNG BUSINESS. Repairs or all kinda at?
ended to. Designa and estimates rorniahed noon
Einige at CDrjoleoalc.
MOISE'S HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS are j \
Ighly rt commended, both as a | J
PREVENTIVE AND CURE
r the prevailing Disease among Horses.
We have letters from Baltimore speaking In
he highest terms ol ita suceras there.
If the Home baa no appetite make a Solution
if the Powdei- and drench.
BOWIE, MOISE ft DAVIS,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
TO RBUKVR SUFFERING HTJMANI- J I
TY IS I V DEED TRUE JJ KN EVO- I |
LKSCE." I j
FILLET'S MB OINTMENT,
L SAFE AND CERTAIN CURE FOR MANGE IN
"No Injury usn result irom its use," this article j
laving been used with perfect success for yeera j
>n aggravated chrome cases. We koow lt to be a 1
lERTAIN CURE, and a trial la all that is needed
o make lt tho vade mecum tn the list of sports
DOWTE, MOISE St DAVIS,
nove luf Agenta for the United states.
Cigar*, tabarea, 4?t.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO of ail kinda.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine stock before buying ebie
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B.-The Wheel of Fortune constantly on |
hand. Invest 26 cen ta and try your luck.
Prngs an? ifle?umee.
JJ RUGS AND MEDICINES
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
DR. H. BAER,
NO. 131 MEETING STREET.
Offers bis Large and Well-Assorted Stock or
AC., AC., Ac, I
1TTHK LOWEBT HARKET RATES,
Constantly cn band au tbs ding Proprietary
FRENCH, ENQLI8H. GERMAN AND
FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, the best and most con
renient for general ase.
Also, every other kind of Syringe known in the J
Trosses, Abdommal Supporters, Shoulder
Braces, Abdominal Belts, Physicians' Saddle
Bags, Physicians' Pocket-Cases, Elastic Stockmgs
and Medicine Chests.
Druggists' Glassware, of every description, a
the lowest rates, and a fall assortment of "Drag,
Agent for Nat tan's "Crystal Discovery for the
Agent for the "New York Medical University's
' Agent for Bison's Tobacco Antidote, and 'Ur?
bain's Antidote to strong Drink.
Agent for the elegant preparations of W. R.
Warner ft Co., of Philadelphia, consisting of a
fall Une or Finid Extracta, Sngar-Coated Pills,.
Elixirs, Medicated wines and Syrups, Licorice,
and Pepsin Lozenges, Ac, Ac
Special attention la directed to the tallowing
articles of his own manufacture:
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL! j
An excellent Carminative, invaluable In the
diseases Incident to the period of dentition
children; as also in colic, diarrhoea, dysentery,
and other infantile complaints. It ls superior to
other medicines used for this purpose, as lt ls en.
tirely free from any injuri?os drag, and
CONTAINS NO ANODYNE I
It is recommended by the best physicians, and
mothers may a J minis ter lt with confidence
THE EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC,
ls a caroraUy prepared Dressing for the hair, at
once answering the parposeaTof hair oil, hair
wasb, and hair tonic. It contains no sulphur
lead, or nitrate of silver, and ls
NO DYE I
It will promote a healthy growth of bair, and
prevent their falling out, and will not injure the
Baer's Improved Vegetable
A gentle Aperient; of purely vegetable sub?
stances, recommended for Dyspepsia, Headache
Constipation, Ac, Ac.
DOUBLE DISTILLED BENZINE,
'or removing grease spots, and oleaning clothes.
None bat th Pc rest Drugs ased, and satlsfa%
ion guaran ted, both as to price and quality.
Order are solicited from Druggists, Physicians,
kountry Merchants, Planters and others, with the
issn ran ce that they shall receive prompt and
sartal attention. mchT-smosnoAW
R. FPTLER'S VEGETABLE RHECJ
Warranted under oath never to have failed to
rare. 38,600 Uertlnoates or testimonials or enre,
ooludlng Rev. 0. H. Ewing, Media, Peansylvanla;
ter. joseph Beggs, Falls of Schuylkill, Phiiadei
ihla; the wife or Rev. J. B. Davis, m tm ts town,
lew Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
'h liad el ph la ; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
'hlladelphla: Hon. J v. Oreeley, member con?
rees from Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, dam?
ien. New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart, Baltimore;
x-Govemor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands or
ithers. Warranted to core or money refunded.
DB. GEO. CAULIKR. Agent, -
Jalyl-lyr Charleston, 8.0.
This unrivalled Medicine ls warranted not to j
iontaln a single particle or Mercury, or any In
arl?os mineral substance, bulls
For forty years lt bas proved its great value In
di diseases or the Liver, Bowels and Kidneys.
Ph ons ands of the good and great la all paru of
he country vouch for Ita wonderful and pecunar
,x)wer In purifying the Wood, stimulating the
?rpld Liver and; Bowels, and imparting new lire
ind vigor to the whole system. SIMMONS'S
UIVER REGULATOR ls acknowledged to have
io equal aa a ?? '
lt contains fonr medical elements, never united
n the same happy proportion In any other pre?
paration, via: a gentle Cathartic a wonderful
runic an unexceptionable Alterative and a cer*
iain ?Oojrrecilve of all imparities of the body.
Such signal success has attended its use that lt ls
now regarded as the
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
Tor Liver Complaint and the palnfol offspring
thereof, to wit: Dyspepsia, Constipation, Jaun?
dice Bilious attacks, Sick Headache, colic, De?
pression of Spirits, Sour Stomach, Heart Burn,
Regulate the Liver and prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER.
SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR
Is manufactured only by
J. H. ZEILINA CO.,
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
PRICE-$1 per package; sent by mau postase
paid, SI 2& ?repared ready for use ta bottles,
For sale by P. WISEMAN A CO.
AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
M3~ Beware of all counterfeits and Imita?
rjlBEAT THE HUMAN MACHINE GENT?
S' LY.-The winding passage, thirty feet In
length?3 through which tho main portion of the
waste matter or the system ls discharged, ls lined
with a membrane ss delicate as silk and as sensi?
tive as a net-work of nerves can make lt. Neither
constipation, cholle, diarrhoea, dysentery or any
other bowel complaint can be cured by abusing
and convulsing thia tender membrane with a
furious purgative The best sod safest remedy
lu such cases ls that mild balsamic and delightful
Tavmsnt'a KScrwosoeat Seltaor Aperient,
which heals, tones and Invigorates the irritated
intestines, whUe lt relieves them from the mor?
bid humors which provoke abdominal disease.
Sold hy au druggists._?__novB-24
SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
DR. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE
DR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISOOVERY.
DeBlng's PUe Remedy
De Bing's Via Fug?
Dr. Hors ford's Acid Phosphates
Wilbert CodUver OU and Lime
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
Nc 181 Meeting street.
i?lii? cell aneo rxs.
???3B92JS BnoADWATS, Vi.iciNixa, OBS.
^^eTOggKT JACK30K8. t? OLDEN OlTM AND
? *S?Z"? Morora VXBNONB. Nsw STYLES.
BOLD EYSBYWHBRB. _ novi?-12
VTOTICE.-HAYING HAD MUCH EX
Xl PERIEN?E in repairing Welshing Scales of
every description, would solicit public patronage
In reference to said work. . ? . -
R?f?rences: Mr. B. O'Neill, Wholesalei Grocer,
NO. 189 East Bay: Measw. H. Bischoff A Co., Whole
52.le.,Qri>S?r8' Bay; Mr, Thomas A. Barnard.
Pnblio Adjuster of Weights and Measures.
No. 4 Cumberland street,
oots-amoa ?.... .*Charleaton,S. c.
SUrg (Kooo*, &t.
IVO. ?75 KING STREET,
OFFER FOB THIS WEEK
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN'S IN
CARPETS ! CARPETS !
100 pieces Crossley'a Best English BRUSSELS,
60 pieces Best Body Brasils, $2 26 and $2 60 *
1100 pieces Ingrain, 68 and 76 canta, worth $l
60 pieces AO-Wool Ingrain, $1, worth 4126
26 pieces Three-ply. $140 and $1 to, wort a $1 76.
WE ALSO OFFER, AT GREAT REDUCTION,
J OIL CLOTHS, Rags, kata,' Druggets, Ac.
Agenta for the Celebrated LE?OLE UM ENG
[ LI s H OIL CLOTH, the beat in the world. .
WE ARE NOW OFFERING UNUSUALLY CHEAP
SILKS AND DRE88 GOODS !
' ' "', ... ." J nil ' '.? -*.? ?
60 pieces Black Groa Grain and Taffeta SILKS,
$1, 1 26, 1 60,1 76, 2, 2 50 and $8
6 oases of very floe Black Alpaca, from 30 cents
Our 60 cen ts Alpaca la the finest ev ?r offered
A complete assort man tot Salina, Colored silks,
Poplins, Epping lin a
valours, Plaids, Bombazine, Hemrictta Cloth,
Velveia, Velveteens, Plashes-all at lowest figures.
NEW ARRIVALS OF THE LATEST STYLES OF
PARIS AND BERLIN
Ladles are respectfully invited to inspect them.
A full linc of the flneat SHAWLS.
WILL OFFER FOR THIS WEEK :
loo pieces Wamsatta LONGOLOTfi, 18 cents
20 caaea 4-4 Bleached Longcloth, 12& worth 16
2 caaea 4 4 Bleached Longcloth, 16, worth 17'
Fall lines of Prints,' Ginghams, Table Covers,
Towels, Napkin?, niap?rh. Plano Covers,
Cotton and Linen Sheeting constantly on
. Our well known other Departments are com?
plete, and consist in full linea of
BLANKETS, Shawls, Furs, Broadcloths, Cassi?
ni eres, Doeskins, Ladles' and -Gent's Un
, der wear, Notions, Ribbons, Hosiery, Kid
Gloves, Millinery Goods, Ac
Our Wholesale Department ta the beat selected
one in this market, and special care ls taten to
salt Merchants, Farmers and Milliners.
FURGUGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
NO. 275 KINO STREET.
Patios, ?rfians, &z.
Furnished at factory prices for Caan, or by
Monthly Payments on the most liberal terms.
CHARLES L. M'GLENAHAN,
Plano and Unalo Store,
aep3-4moa N0.IOI KIntr street.
Siiirts ano /nmioljmg ?ao?a.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SSSSS OUI) I I O B8S83
it STAB IT
" 8 8
si SHIRT sss
83838 __ SSSSS
SSSSSS EMPORIUM S888S3
The Proprietor or the above Establishment baa
Just returned from New York with a new and
well selected Stock of the celenrated
STAR SHIRTS AND. COLLARS,
ALSO, A FINS ASSOBTHKNT OP
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Shaker Flannel, wool and Merino, Cotton Flan?
nel, shirts and Drawers, all grades and all sizes.
English Merino and Cotton Half HOBO
Also, a full selection of the latest Novelties in
English Windsor Scarfs, Marquise Scarfs,
Lord Stanley Scarfs, Livingston Cravats,
Chancellor Scarfs, Bows and Ties,
Gray's PAPER COLLARS of all descriptions.
Walking Canes and Umbrellas.
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
H iA R T 2fc ^ ?O:?: ;
? Ipr? : . .' Sud ?seass? 10 ??C?0: ?.i
Are A6EUS ?pr ??|fijj|
AVEEY ? SOM PLO??G??S.
A Plough, vrith Soraper, Bull Tongue, Turning and Shovel
Mould;1 Comp?lete, for $15 25.
Or if the I ixon Sweep be preferred to the Shovel Mould,
price $15 26. a?-*? ? j
We have also a Full Assortment of One and Two Horse
Ploughs, both Cast and Steel, of AVERY & SONS, as well as
ALSO A FULL LI VE OF fe
F AIBBANK'S SCALES.
BURDICE'S HAT Ai\D FODDER COTTER.
We are also in Receipt of a Pull Line of
SWEDES IRON, HOES, j
ENGLISH IRON, TRACES,
HOOP IRON, NAILS, fi
PLOUGH STEEL, ROPE, j
TURPENTINE HACKS, PLOUGH LINES,
TURPENTINE TOOLS, GUNS,
MILL STONES, PISTOLS,
BEST FISH LINES.
H .A. I& T Ac O O .,
89 Hayne Street, and Corner of Kins: and Market.
ooU-iBtnsMO - Ol^Rl^JSSTCW, 8. C.
. Heights of Aiken, 8. O. General G. .
KAINS, Professor aud Lecturer. For terms appl
to Hiss If. A. BTJIE,
oct25 Principal of Institute, Aiken. 8. 0.
(Eiotrjing ano J arms tiing ?OO?S
NEW 8T0EE F
NEW GOODS !
MENKE ft MULLER,
TAILORS AN 9 CLOTHIERS,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TC
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS,
AND CHOICB MATERIALS
FOB CUSTOM W O RBI.
AN INSPECTION OF THE
GOODS A]*D PRICES
COR, KING AND WENTWORTH STS.,
I . 7
j 19 RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
1 0Ct8 1
?roten?s, liqxwx9t Ste. '
H. KLATTE ?. CC?.
AGENTS POR CHARLESTON.
We bave appointed Mesara. H.'KLATTB 4 00.
Sole Agents' for Charleston for tats Celebrated
Brand of PURS KENTUCKY WHISKEYS, bola
BYES and BOURBON.
These Whiskers are guaranteed pore KENTUCKY
COPPER DISTILLED, free from aU compound im?
purities, aid highly recommended by eminent
ohemlsts for medical une. The Brand ls patented
to prevent infringements.
BARKHOUSE BROS. A CO..
We respectfuny inform our friends And custom?
ers that we keep constantly on hand a fnll supply
of the above already favorably wen known wols?
ey s. and offer same to the trade at distiller's
prices. H. BLATTE A CO.,
augSl-atuthamo No. 186 East Bay.
^CHD?ATGLASS AND CHOCKER!,
AT THE OLD STAND,
KING STREET, CORNER OP LIBERTY STREET.
The Subscriber would respectfully Inform his
friends and the public that bis stock ls now com?
plete la OBINs, ousa AND ?HOOKE HY, Plain
White and Fancy China, Glass and Fancy China
Goods, Lamps, Shades, Ac, Ac.
OOtlO-tbBtuBmos R. B. MCDOWELL, Agent,
JJITY THE TENDER BABE I
Oive lt not the deadly compound known as
Soothing Syrup. A certain popular article of thia
name has launched thousands of helpless inno?
cents lnro an early grave This has been proven
repeatedly, a&d. beyond' the shadow of a doubt,
for which reason Ula condemned, by, the majority
or physicians. . .? r .?
Seeing toenecesBtty for an article of this sort;
entirely free from opiates, and other injurious
drugs, Dr. Baar has put up the
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL,
for the use of Infanta Teething, and for chUdren
suffering from diarrhoea, dysentery, ?c. Tau
may be given wltn perfect conddenca, and U ap?
proved by every physician who kas eisn^ed tue
formula. Price as cents per bottle; five bottles
'"suai Discount to the Trade.
Manufactured and for sale by^ - b^
No. 181 Meeting street, Charleston.
J&vicivm Satori Chi? pprf-i
BjXllj?t?k^i?il?MDEB & CO.
HAY, ON ACCOUNT. ALL CONCERNED,
THIS ?AT, the lath In BL, will be told on
vandertoret wharf, at ll o'clock, on acooont of
all concerned, . .u ts-.
81 Bales EASTERN HAY, slightly dairiaged,
OondlMciw-Catt. . . ' - - -? ^Hacr?
. Auctioneer.' ' " ? - -
SALESROOM N?; 4if^h?Tmm
street. Will seU THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock,
; A. fine assortment of Ready <mA /e. CtL0T8f50,
Piece Goods, Bleached and Brown Shirtings,
Notions, Ac Terms cash. _.BOTH*
By JOHN ti. SULCOR A C0.~
DEY GOODS AND LADIES' BLACK
CLOTH CLOAKS-THIS. DAY, 13th inaqint,
at hair-past io o'o ock, we will sen at. otu;.Sion.
No. 135 Meeting street : Red and Whit? FL ANSEL,
Black ana Fancy satinets, Ken tuc ty Jeana. Faticy
Oottonades, Blue Plaids, Ginghams, Denims;
Stripes, Bine Drills, Bleached and Brown^ Sute?
rn gs. Head and Pocket Hjmdkexchieis, Hen's
Back Gauntlets, Corbets, Men's and Woman'*
Hose and Half Hose. Also, an i n voice bf Assorted
Shop Goods, and two cases Black Cloth-doaks
Conditions cash. ; , ,, j? aorft .'
By LOWNDES & GBIMBALL,
VALUABLE REAL EST AT? AT AUC
TION-BEFEBBE'S SALE.-Francl-i J.
JPorc li er. Trustee of Caroline Finley and ferdinand
DeLasteyiie vs. Theodore Stoney, Trastee: and J.
Evans Edlngs and wife.-lu the Coovmon Pleaa.
By virtue or an order of sale, In luis e*?eto. me
directed hy the Hon R. F. Graham, Judge of toe
First circuir, I wiU offer for sale at publifrauotfou,
at i he Poek race, Charleston. TB IS ?A Y,\the
13th of November, 1672, at ll o'clock A. IL, .,"".
All the Mortgaged Premises describid m said
Order, to wit: . o .- ?? To ?Mw
AU that PLANTATION, with the mansions and
bondings thereon, sito a te, lying-and being on
Edtato island, uharieet-n County, audTsanv
aforesaid, containing three hundred, and, forty
acres, more or los J, batting and bounding ' north
on landa or Miss Mary Seabrook, esst on Cuth
bsrt'a Creek, aoutt on Bassett's creek, and wost
OU lands of tho estate of S?abroot, as per plan .-'r -
O. Rutledge Parker, dated May,- ia?, aonored to
tao retain ot oommissioiiets | IstA aeshroefc timi
teabrook, n:ed20th February i860.. . . ;
Ter ms-One-third cash; the balance npon- a
creditor one and two years, witt-b.nd bearing
interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum, pay?
able semi-annually, and secured by -a mongaga
of the plantation. - Purchaser to pay Referee , far
By LO WNDES AV O
REFEREE'S SAl^HfJ&SB . A^ftO*
In Summerville at Auction.-Joseph D. Tay?
lor, Trustee, et aL ra. M. E. Hutchinson, et aJ.r
in the Common Pleas. . ,'
By virtue of an order of sale In this case, to me
directed by the Hon. R. F. Gtanam, Judge of the
Pl rs t cir c n it, I will offer for aale at pnbUo auction,
THIS DAY, the 12lh of November, ' A:' V.
16-2, at ll o'clock A. M., at the Postcmoe iE.
Charleston, .".. "D ,..".... T
All the mortgaged premises' described in thc
pleadings in said action: as "AU tts* LOT ot
TRACT OF LAND, with ibo Buildings thereon,
situate, lying and being m the Village or Sum?
merville, coueton rXXiaoty, measuring abd con?
taining one acre, more < r len; butting and
bounding abnth on public road br street, east,
weat and north on land of R* v. Phillp Gadsden."
Terms.-ene hair cash; pa lao oe In- one year ; to
be secnred by bond of the purchaser, bearing la
? torvst, willi mortgage of the premises. Pnrohasfli
to;pay Referee r^r all neeewa?"* nap* rs. utfi ?013
G. HERBERT.SASS, ,
novia _ ?-o- - ^ Barereev7
- ~~ 1 ?
By J.DBA?T0NFOBD. - ?
?ALU ABLE RICE AND COTTON PLAN
- TATION ON 0OOPEB B3V8R. CSdimfi
At Private Aale. SOUTH CUACAN PLANTA:
TION, belonging to Estate of Thomas Ashby.
Esq, altn?ted on t hs Western Branch or ?Se
Cooper Uiver, containing over two hundred and
for ty aerea or prime Rice Land, be the asme more
or less. Also, over two hundred acres very 4BM
high Piovlslon Land, cleared and - uncleared. aoA
aiarge tract ot Pine Land... ... . ....
Termseaay. Apply at No. 33 Broad street.
, novM-tnthaS . ? ? . ? ...ji.ty ::?
* By W. T. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
. AQCtloneerS. tDtW ^tld
H?LL OP U. S. LIGHTSHIP, No. 33,
. at Auction. . ,, -..;t>tiTi?'
On WEDNESDAY, 18th 1 natant, at 12 o'clock, aa
sae now Iles on Atlamto wharf. ? "--'narafr-1
T EON ARD A JONES VS. K Wi USB.1,
I j By virtue of an order or court in the above
case to me directed, to be sold on MONDAY, the
2d day of December, 1872, in front of the Courv
fK nae at ll o'clock A. M., J J ,
All that TRACT OF LAND known aa a port loot
of Ball's Island, west or Jackson's Creek In Christ
Church Pariah, county of charleston, measuring
and containing 3000 aurea; mote or lesa; bounded
Burta on Ball's Bay Channel, tue south po fte
Atlantic Ocean, weat on Ca per B'S Inlet, east on
Jackson's Creek, rollo win a the-natural'fntaf tte
western branch of J ac it son's creek unut, Uieau hes
Salt Water Pond, and from thence lu a.dlrect
llneto the nearest point of the Atlantic Ocean.- "17
Terms-One-half CL*U; balance un a crMieol
one year, to be secnred by bond of purchaser and
mortgage or premises sold. Purchaser to pay Tor
papers and stamps. E. w. M. MACKAY,
EDWARD MACBETH, TRUSTEE, VS.
Louis McLaln, Assignee or Benjamin Ford*
Bankrupt ^ * - ..
By virtue ofan order in the above c iee, tome
directed, will be BOM In front of the coanhouae*
at ll A. M., on MONDAY, the 2d day of December,
< Alt that LOT OF LAND, wli h buildings thereon,!
situate on the east aide of Ashley attest, foxmarly.
Thom as street, Canonsboro', measuring and con -
taming on tte west ima on Ashley a trees. 47 feet ?
Inches, and on the east imp so feet, and lo depOt
on the north and south lines 138 feet 2 inches,
bounding to the north and easton Landa of Jame*
copes, to the sooth on Lands or the Rev. Dr.
Bachman, and to the west on Ashley street.
Terms-One-hair cash ; balance In one . and two
tears, to be secured 1 y bond and mortgage -or
premisea auld. Purchaser *^??*3?ftf<-. .
novl8-tnlm3_ u &0?C
By LOWNDES & GRIHBALX,H ' ' '
A nctloneers. I ' "?. '---?'I
BEAL ESTATE AT AUCTION r-MABY
A. snowden va. George W. oinej?HlramB,t
?iuey.et aL-ln the Common Pleaa for charleston
Obuaty-In Equity. . .; - * ^'0l"lt
In pursuance of an order in the abova case vo
me directed, 1 will offer tor sale, at Public Aua
1 Uon, at the Poatofflce, TUESDAY, 26th November.
Tu^?Am PIECK ms?^Wm
LAND, witt toe Bri ct Tenement BaUdtngttereoeV
aforesaid, measuring and containing in the front
Une nineteen lie) feet more or leas, and In.depth,
from north to aouth aixty (?1 r^tand ttre?ttj
nches more or lues; batta* and bounding to the
norton vendne Range, aforesaid, to the south
on BTown'a Wharf, to WLe^AW? LiiadOnOf tte
????1 George W. OlM to the weat on
landa now or late of John E. Lange._
Terma-One-ttird caah, and the balance in one
and two years, seonred ny bond or. ^nda.of tho
n arenas er cr purchasers, and mortgage cr the
premisea sold, with Interest at toe raieof aeven.
per cent, per annum, payable seml-annuaUy;;the(
Buildings on aald premises to be Insert" ano
policy assigned. Parcbtaer to W^terw for
papers. , J AMES LOWNDES,
nov6tnth7, ? ? B?feree.
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS, ,
TTNITED STATES OF AMERICA SOUTH;
U CAROLINA DISTRIOT-In BankrnptcjJ-ln
the matter ol LOUIS JlcLAlN, fKUgnee, na
JAMES W. GRAY. Receiver, and RAVENEL A(
By virtue ofan order of tte Honorable George;
8. Bryan, United States Judge ror the District of
sout h carolina, lasuedand directed to me in the
above cause, I will sell at tte eas? end or Broad
atreet, in the city or chariestoas-on- -TH?RSDAT,
the sut day er November, 1872, at ll o'clock
A. M., ... . . -/>..>
AU that LOT OF LAND witt tte tenement three
story Brick Residence.' and: the two story Brick
Store and Dwelling adjoining thereto and the
outbuildings thereon, lormeny known as MAr
ahail'a Bakery, aitaate, lyttgrrand belogon ttn>
north side ol fradd street, next east or Meeting-,
street, la tte Olly of cr, ar lea ton, and known as
No. cot bounding to tte north on Land now or
late of tte Baute of Alexander England a?rty
(60)feet,B0utt.on Tradd street sixty Wjrh
east on Land now or formerly ot tat<f?}*?*?.
John T. Manball.de?osBed, and^awa? ftffl?
now or late of Colonel E. B. ^^tfjJSS
(100) feet, and the aame on ?ne east imo, oe ?w
aalfl dlmensloBS more or***.
Si Ite?iiZ TOT OF L*ND with the Buildings
AU that LOT e*r DelDg 0n tneaonih,
>?e*aW?m clty*of Charleston,
5?deoi Me Sh" 4?; bounding to the north on
^llM^m (43) feet, sontt on Und
TradAstroet rerM i # Bevea -j
"ZTatnn deceased, one nuuurcu ?T ,u.w i.T,
SSntiiinoheB, bette said dimensions nMMfcor
^rms-One-ttlrd cash; the babMCb W i.WtaK
or oneaiad two yeera, tteoredir-?ortt)it??*eoe?
cared by bond or bonds or the purchaser.or par/
SaBeraf bearing 7 per oent..jnttre?t, wabfe
Sml-anntraiiy, with mortgage or mattara-or
?na premises, and the buildings to be kept i oliy
insured and tap policies assigned for the anne
Purchasers to pay me for alt necessary papers;
V.J.TOBIAS. ? ..
ootSLnovia Receiver andjaeieree.